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Analysis of Fault Diagnosis for Current and Vibration Signals in Pumps and Motors using a Reconstructed Phase Portrait
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Analysis of Fault Diagnosis for Current and Vibration Signals in Pumps and Motors using a Reconstructed Phase Portrait
Jung, Young-Ok; Bae, Youngchul;
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In this paper, we measure the current and vibration signals of one-dimensional time series that occur in a motor and pump, respectively. These machines are representative rotary and pumping machines. We also eliminate unnecessary components such as noise by pre-processing the current and vibration signals. Then, in order to diagnose fault signals for the pump and motor, we transform from one-dimensional time series to a two-dimensional phase portrait using Takens’ embedding method. After this transformation, we review the variation in the pattern according to the fault signals.
Fault diagnosis;Embedding method;chaos. Phase portrait;
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